The other day I wrote about walking, and how the longest lived people in China reportedly walk for at least one hour per day.
But, as I also said, there’s more to the story.
Walking alone is good medicine – but the way most people walk is sort of like taking an aspirin when you could be on opium.
Now, knee-jerk responders, I did NOT say I want anyone to use opium, or aspirin for that matter. I, myself, don’t – so I’m not advocating it whatsoever,
I am, however, making a point.
Your brain, nervous system and organs have access to the most powerful endorphins and hormones ever created.
And your body/mind will create some incredible mind-altering, mind-expanding and body-relaxing substances, if you know what I know about walking, or movement in general.
Negative stress is thought of by many to be the number one dis-ease in the world today. And negative stress is behind many of the dis-eases we get. So it makes sense that by reducing negative stress, you give yourself a much stronger “fighting chance” to win your health battles.
So I repeat, “it’s not walking that helps you live longer – it’s HOW you walk, it’s how you breathe when you walk, it’s which direction you walk and it’s what you’re mentally picturing as you walk.”
Any form of walking will help reduce stress – but the method of walking I teach in my Dao Zou program is “off the charts” when it comes to reducing stress.
I have yet to meet a single person who walked with me for 30 minutes – not even an hour – the way I teach in Dao Zou, who wasn’t totally blissed out. In fact, it’s not uncommon to simply stand still for several minutes when you finish, taking in the positive sensations and vibrations you’re experiencing.
Several years ago, after teaching a local friend The Way of Dao Zou – he wrote me a few hours later, when he was still vibrating at a much higher level.
What did he tell me when he wrote?
He said that the Dao Zou walking I teach is “shamanic.”
At first, I chuckled. After all, I thought, I’m no Shaman.
Then I paused for a moment and flashed upon the people whom I’d helped recover from various aches and pains. I flashed upon the products I’ve created that help eliminate various ailments. And I flashed upon the people who came to me in a state of emotional pain and dis-ease and left feeling ten years younger and a hundred pounds lighter.
The good news is that The Way of Dao Zou gives YOU the shamanic state of mind. It turns stagnant energy and chi into a river of flow.
Dao Zou also increases your memory, elevate your energy and builds a stronger immune system.If you follow this program before you go to work, you’ll “slide” through the day as if lubricated. If you follow it before bed-time, you’ll glide into the sleep state like you did when you hadn’t a worry in the world.Normally, Dao Zou retails for an amount nearly 3x what I have it listed for right NOW.
Get the program at this reduced amount today and I’ll also enclose a copy of my newest best-seller, Expect to Win – Hate to Lose. Follow the Way of Dao Zou and be amazed with how it changes your life, health and well-being for the better.Best,Matt Furey
About Matt Furey
Matt Furey is the author of the international best-selling Combat Conditioning, Combat Abs, The Unbeatable Man and Expect to Win, Hate to Lose.
Furey won the 1985 NCAA II national wrestling title (167-pounds) and the gold medal (90kg) at the 1997 Shuai-Chiao kung fu world championships.
As well, Furey is president of The Psycho-Cybernetics Foundation.
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